Gender Differences in ADHD and Their Clinical Implications
In this CME article, learn more about the full continuum of presentations and variable trajectories typical of females with ADHD.
Addressing Racial and Ethnic Disparities in Women’s Mental Health Care
"Systemic racism is insidious and ingrained in our daily experience. Women of color are doubly minoritized."
Postpartum Psychosis: Improving the Likelihood of Early Intervention
“She would never hurt her baby...”
Disparities and Opportunities in Mental Health Care for Women
"There is an urgency for competent, thoughtful mental health care for women—not only because the differences have been ignored in the past, but because women’s mental health so often affects health and mental health outcomes for their children."
The Case for Dualism in Medicine—Philosophical Misunderstandings and Clinical Implications: Diane O’Leary, PhD
"Psychiatry is in a real stew now, with every kind of foundational question up for grabs."
Adolescent Substance Use: Reasons for Optimism and Concern
"Although adolescent substance use is a topic that can be challenging for families and clinicians alike, data demonstrate that interventions during this time are effective for preventing, identifying, and reducing risky use."
What a Dying Woman Saw
New Research, Treatment Issues Featured at Annual Meeting
Did you miss our APA Annual Meeting coverage?
Analyzing SSRIs and Gut Microbiota in Major Depressive Disorder
What is the association between the gut microbiome and response to SSRIs in patients with depression?
Determination and Imagination
“America was not built on fear. America was built on courage, on imagination, and an unbeatable determination to do the job at hand.”
Dementia Treatment: An Unmet Need
"There is clearly a large unmet need not only to improve our treatment of AD, but to provide treatment options for all the dementias."
The Consistent Presence of the C-L Psychiatry Team
The patient’s autonomy: a guiding principle.
Treatment Over Objection: Ethical and Legal Principles
"Providers’ lack of knowledge about legal and ethical perspectives and roles regarding TOO can lead to delayed or suboptimal patient care, exposure of hospitals and providers to liability, and exacerbation of provider distress."
A Year of 988: The First Step in a Long Journey
A year ago, the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline switched to its new 3-digit number, 988. What's happened since then?
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